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Amsterdam’s Denham follows and works the heritage movement better than most. Their latest Mohawk chino uses old Dutch Army tents  for fabrication. “The new men’s Mohawk pays homage to 1950’s work wear chinos through the use of Talon hardware and cat-eye suspender buttons and generally excruciating attention to detail. These new chinos takes those ideas into the present day adding tailored waistband and Denham’s signature darted articulation. The Mohawk shape is available in a variety of different colours as well as the limited edition Re-Cut fabrication which employs washed Dutch Army Tent disassembled and re-crafted into the main fabric.”

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